Equifax customer services can be contacted for free on their UK freephone number 0800 014 2955 to review your credit score, to dispute an item on your report and for technical support managing your online account.
Equifax are one of the largest credit report bureaus operating throughout the world with details of over 800 million customers. You can call their UK contact number 0800 014 2955 to review your credit report over the telephone and for recommendations on how you can improve your rating based on your previous history. You should also call this helpline to dispute a record which is lowering your score as this may hinder your charges of borrowing money on a mortgage, loan or car finance agreement. Furthermore if you would like a written account of your credit record you can phone this helpline to order these documents to be delivered to your home address. However you may need to be a member of Equifax to recieve this service so new customers should call this helpline to get Equifax subscription rates for the coming year or to update your existing direct debit agreement.
Calls to the Equifax freephone number 0800 014 2955 are free of charge from all UK landline and mobile telephones, nor will any inclusive minutes be used up when you call their helpline. Lines are open 8am-8pm seven days a week, although there may be closures on bank holiday dates.
Complain to Equifax – 0333 321 4043
Phone Equifax to register a formal complaint by calling their national contact number 0333 321 4043 where you can seek compensation if a false record on your credit history has affected your ability to take out a mortgage. Similarly if they have refused to remove a previous record despite you providing evidence against the record you can call this helpline to seek an escalation so that the relevant financial organisations can correct their mistakes.
Equifax UK telephone numbers
|Equifax department||Contact number|
|Equifax customer services||0800 014 2955|
|Complain to Equifax||0333 321 4043|
|Business customer care||0845 603 6772|
Write to Equifax
Postal enquiries to Equifax should be delivered to their customer service address which can be found below, do not send cheque payments to this address unless prompted to and avoid putting sensitive banking information which could be used to access your account.
Customer Service Centre,
PO Box 10036,